We’ve already seen most of the footage in this latest clip shared by Pixar, but I can’t get enough of the family at the center of Brave. What about you? Who else would like to see a ‘walk-around’ Fergus in the parks?
While word of Disney’s first Scottish princess greeting guests inside a Disney themepark makes its way around the world to Scotland’s papers (she sounds Irish, they say), the Magic Kingdom has completed the transformation of the space originally created for Belle’s Story Time and subsequently used by Rapunzel and Flynn is now playing host to Merida.
Update: The Disney Parks Blog shared this photo on their Facebook page:
I didn’t have time to stand in line and get up close with Princess Merida myself, but you can get a general idea of the set up from the following pictures. Note the tartan and kilt worn by the cast member, is that a first outside of performing groups? There’s also a lot of fun new merchandise available (although I’m not too sure about the Merida sippy cup where you drink from a straw in the back of her head.. brains, I need brains… it’s Zombie Merida).
Can’t make it to the parks? Some of the above merchandise is available at the DisneyStore.com too.
Below the cut is a video from Ricky of Inside the Magic:
Just like a ride or a show, Disney’s walk around characters have soft openings where the character and their host get used to being in the park and interacting with guests. Princess Merida from Pixar’s Brave was recently spotted doing her thing near the International Gateway in EPCOT’s World Showcase.
I really love the character. Haven’t seem the film yet, obviously. But from the trailers it seems like they captured her well. My only beef is that she’s a bit too old compared to the young teen Merida appears to be in the movie. But I guess you have to meet certain realities when you’re in the park.
Another video below the jump:
Another fun trailer from Pixar focuses on the mischievous trio of Merida’s brothers from Brave. Not sure the play on the classic civil rights documentary “Eyes on the Prize” is intended or appropriate here. But the triplets are cute.
Three new images from Pixar’s upcoming animated feature Brave were just released. If you’ve seen the new trailer they should be familiar to you. What did you think?
Excitement is growing for the June 22nd open of Pixar’s Brave. If your little darling wants to attend the movie in style, DisneyStore.com has your back. They’ve just added 18 great dolls, shirts, and costume items related to Brave and Princess Merida. Here’s a small… Read More »The Disney Store online adds Brave Merchandise